The Canadian Institute's 3rd Annual Aboriginal Law, Consultation and Accommodation

Jeff Cowan
2/18/2009 - 2/19/2009
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Metropolitan Hotel, Toronto Ontario

With critical decisions and developments emerging at breakneck speed across Canada, staying up-to-date on Aboriginal law changes is a vital business need for industry, government and Aboriginal communities. The costs of inadequate consultation — unending delays, litigation and negotiation breakdowns — can be overwhelming!

At The Canadian Institute's 3rd Annual "Aboriginal Law, Consultation & Accommodation" conference, our outstanding and diverse speaker faculty will examine key issues aff ecting your projects, regulatory approvals and
litigation. Hot topics will include:

• Case studies on Aboriginal consultation: What works? What doesn't?
• Analyzing the practical and fi nancial impact of key case law developments
• Obtaining injunctions: How have the rules changed?
• How do you resolve disputes when consultation goes awry?
• Getting up to speed on federal and provincial initiatives: Th e Specific Claims Tribunal & more
• Evaluating a municipality's duty to consult and its eff ect on developers

As a special added value, take advantage of two essential workshops: "Mastering the Fundamentals of Aboriginal Law" and "Creating a Model Impact Benefit Agreement".

This is your best opportunity to network and hear wide-ranging perspectives! Register today by calling The Canadian Institute toll-free at 1-877-927-7936, by faxing your registration to 1-877-927-1563 or by registering online at

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